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(in Polish) Muzykologia, stacjonarne pierwszego stopnia (WH-0053-1SO)

(in Polish: Muzykologia, stacjonarne pierwszego stopnia)
first-cycle
full-time, 3 years
Language: Polish

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Licencjat na muzykologii

Access to further studies:

second-cycle programmes, postgraduate programmes

Professional status:

The graduate has general knowledge of musicology, which is enough to pursue work outside of academia and school system.

Access requirements

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matura school-leaving certificate

Teaching standards

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The completion of the programme of study ensures that the graduate met the learning outcomes defined in the act no 50/VI/2019 of the Senate of the Jagiellonian University of 26 June 2019 on adjusting study programmes beginning in the academic year 2019/2020 to the requirements set in the law of 20 July 2018 “Law on Higher Learning and Science” with later additions. The graduate possess the following qualifications in reference to knowledge, skills and social competences. KNOWLEDGE The graduate knows and understands - disciplines in musicology, the place, significance and the specific character of music research in the system of sciences and arts, the relations between research in musicology and other humanities; - basic lexicons of music, publishing series, sheets of music, books and journals, bibliographies and the major achievements in the study of musicology so far; - Polish terminology used in musicology, concepts, symbols, norms of harmony and counterpoint; - basic laws of music, types of musical forms, types of musical instruments; - the specific character and ontology of musical sources as well as music notations in a changing historical perspective; - basic methods of analysis and interpretation of musical compositions; - on a basic level the history of musical culture, performance practice, artistic patronage, institutions of culture; - on an advanced level the works and activities of major composers and theoreticians of music, characteristics of composing styles and techniques as well as of musical genres; - on a basic level the character and works of and trends in Polish and international folk and popular music; - acoustic phenomena related to the rise and perception of sounds in music in the context of theory and practice of music; relations between music and acoustic characteristics of instruments, musical and choral bands and spaces, the problems of acoustic spaces; - major trends and views in philosophy and aesthetics of music; - modern Its used in musicology and basic norms and formats of cataloguing music collections; - basic principles of how institutions of culture operate, basic concepts and rules of copyrights, rules of forming and publishing musicological score sheets, academic and popular science texts; - basic specialist terminology of music in a foreign language; - Latin on a level that enables him/her to translate texts while using available tools (e.g. dictionaries). SKILLS The graduate is able - to search for, analyze, evaluate, select, use and present information related to musicology (using written, sound and electronic sources), to prepare bibliography of musicology reflecting particular research issues; - analyze using relevant basic analytical methods particular works of musical culture and use basic theoretical concepts of harmony, counterpoint and knowledge of basso continuo; - to synthesize particular information found in a given bibliography and derived from the analysis of the works of musical culture; - to produce texts under the guidance of an academic tutor that meet the standard of an academic work in the field of musicology; - to independently acquire knowledge of musicology as related to the principles and history of music, aesthetics of music, ethnomusicology on the basis of the provided bibliography and other information sources, as well as analysis of music; - to translate a musicological text of an average difficulty from a foreign language (the most widely used in contemporary musicology) to Polish; to produce a short written text and an oral presentation on musicology in a foreign language (the most widely used in contemporary musicology); - to translate a Latin text into Polish using available tools (e.g. dictionaries); - to identify, define and describe musical genres, styles and composing techniques, types of folk and popular music; - to apply the principles of an appropriate musical documentation and ethnographical description in theory and in practice; - to make a transcription of a piece of music from old type of musical notation to the contemporary one; - characterize basic views in philosophy and aesthetics of music; - describe musical culture in the anthropological context; - edit collections of music; - to recognize aurally a musical genre, stylistics of a composition school or a composer; - to plan and carry out self-education throughout his/her entire life; - to communicate in a foreign language on the B2 level as defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and to use specialized musical terminology in a foreign language; - to apply tools and methods used in music editing and journalism. SOCIAL SKILLS The graduate is ready - to critically evaluate his/her knowledge and skills and understand the need to learn throughout his/her entire life; he/she is open to new ideas and interpretations and ready to change his/her views when new data and arguments are provided; - to work in a team and to share duties, to work systematically and responsibly, to appreciate the role of discussion; - to independently define basic research problems in musicology and to debate the methods of solving them; - to responsibly transmit knowledge and information, to be reliable and integral in his/her research work and honest while participating in an academic argument; - to protect Polish and world heritage of music and is aware of the role of musicologists in this respect; he/she is aware of the significant role of music in the social life and the development of an individual; - to actively participate in cultural life, to follow current musical and cultural events, using a variety of media; - to use honest standards and guidelines in producing academic texts and debating academic issues; - to collaborate on organizing and preparing cultural events, including musical festivals, celebratory feasts and competitions popularizing knowledge of music.